Shelf of medications in pharmacyQuadrangle Pharmacy, LLC, located in the Habif Health and Wellness Center, is available to all students of Washington University in St. Louis and their dependents.

The pharmacy stocks medications that are most frequently needed by the students of WashU. All medications require a prescription.

Payment and Plan Coverage

Payment is taken at time of service at the reception desk at the Habif Health and Wellness Center. We accept cash, checks, credit cards; the order may be placed on your student accounting bill or your campus card (Bear Bucks).

Quadrangle Pharmacy works with many prescription drug coverage plans. Our pharmacist will be happy to assist you in determining if we accept your prescription drug plan at the pharmacy. If we are unable to fill your prescription under your current drug plan, we can help you find a pharmacy that will accept your insurance plan.

Patient assistance programs

Patient assistance programs are available from many drug companies for those people who cannot afford to buy their medications. Patients needing assistance can search for programs applicable to their medication at RxAssist to access application forms and contact information. Eligibility for each program varies and often depends on insurance status and income. For further assistance with such programs, contact the pharmacy staff at 314-935-6662 or the mental health services coordinator, at 314-935-6695.

Pharmacy Phone, Location and Hours

Located in the Habif Health and Wellness Center


Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. *
Friday:  10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. *

Pharmacy Winter Hours

December 27-January 14:
Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. *

January 18-28:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. *

Pharmacy holiday Hours

CLOSED Monday, January 17

Students requiring prescription refills during this period of extended closure should request their providers submit a refill request to CVS, Walgreens, Millbrook or other community pharmacy.

*Closed for 30 minutes between 12 and 1 p.m.

Prescription Transfer

You can get convenient access to your medications by transferring your prescriptions to the Quadrangle Pharmacy. Just fill out the prescription transfer form (PDF) and enjoy your easy access!

The best way to get your prescriptions on file at Quadrangle Pharmacy is to have your provider send a new prescription. This will allow you to still have one on file at your home pharmacy for use during breaks. It can be prescribed electronically, by fax or phone, or written and brought to the pharmacy. If your provider refuses to do this and you would like to have prescriptions transferred to the pharmacy, please complete and submit the transfer form (PDF). Because of the high volume of transfers requested at the beginning of the school year, please turn in any requests at least one week before needing the medication, if possible. Please present a copy of your prescription insurance card to the pharmacy prior to filling any prescriptions. Call Quadrangle Pharmacy at 314-935-6662 if you have any questions.

New York Residents: New York state law limits the ability to transfer prescription refills. Please have your provider call or fax us new prescriptions or write them for you to bring to the pharmacy instead of requesting a transfer.

Save $$ on generics

Habif Health and Wellness Center offers a wide range of generics to help treat a variety of conditions and diseases. They’re just as safe as their brand-name equivalents, but are available at a much lower cost.